Morehead Memorial Hospital
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Figures that hospitals mostly have bad reviews. 🤦♀️
I had a large tumor removed by my OB here and spent a couple days in a birthing suite recovering. Nurses, cafeteria worker, anesthesiologists, and everyone in between was GREAT and caring! I had my 8m old son with me (not a patient) and they were all very accommodating to him too.
Great all the way around, I'd be happy to stay here or get treated here again.
I have tried for over 5 months to get a sleep study done here, once they FINALLY got the referral straight and called to set up the appointment they called back to tell me I needed to move it becuause of something with my insurance. Ok I understand that, that how ever was a month ago. I have called multiple times a day and left a message every time and NOT a single person has called me back. I have even left messages on the directors voicemail with no return call. If this is any indication of how things are ran in this hospital then it's a crying shame. DO NOT TRY TO HAVE A SLEEP STUDY DONE HERE. You will be greatly disappointed!!!!! I will be calling my Dr. Tomorrow to have my referral moved to another location.
Judging by the rest of the horrible reviews I think most people get the idea so no need to elaborate by writing a book.. maybe one more horrible reading and review will get everybody some satisfaction by getting this place closed down. Horrible..I mean horrible place to go..
My husband was here for three hours in day surgery before they came got him for his procedure. Slow very slow.
First of all I would like to say, there is absolutely """NO""" wait time for true emergencies!!! Second, the government now has strict guidelines in place concerning pain medicine, so this is not the physicians fault for NOT prescribing pain medicine. Third, the emergency room is not intended to be used for your primary care needs. If you are experiencing anything other than a true, life threatening emergency, you should go to your primary care physician or visit an Urgent Care facility. The emergency room is NOT for colds, flu, stomach bugs and so forth, this is common sense. Also, don't get upset if you come into the emergency room by ambulance and end up getting rolled out into the waiting room because you were trying to get faster service. Patients with true, life threatening emergency's are seen first, then as time permits, non emergency patients are seen in the order they come in..... My family and I have used this hospital's emergency room since the very beginning (1960's) and we've always received the very best care, except for the night I had to take a close friend into the emergency room a few years back. The only reason, """the only reason""" she was shuffled through and misdiagnosed with a stomach bug is because the emergency room was packed (every seat taken) with people waiting to be seen for their stomach bug. My close friend had appendicitis and needed emergency care. She was sent home and her appendix ruptured. I blame this neglect on every individual who was there in the emergency room that night waiting to be seen who honestly had ""NO"" business being in the emergency room in the first place. The emergency room doctor just assumed that my friend was like everybody else waiting to be seen, so no tests were ordered and no blood work was done. Again I say, if it's not a life threatening (true emergency) go to your primary care provider or Urgent Care facility and leave the emergency room open for true, life threatening emergency's!!! One last thing, the government also has strict guidelines in place where antibiotics are concerned, so don't blame this facility for telling you to get "over the counter" medicine's for your cold, flu, stomach bugs and so forth.